1 Click Downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.3 without Data Loss

Many users may have installed iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad/iPod, it’s pretty good for some new iDevice to run iOS 11, but if you are using an older iPhone like iPhone 5s, the iDevice may become very slow or unresponsive.

There also many iOS 11 upgrade problems on iPhone 7/7 Plus/6s/6/5s like overheating, battery drain, WiFi, and Bluetooth issues. To fix this kind of issues, some users choose to downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.3. Here I will show you how to restore iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.3.

Solution 1: Downgrade iOS 11 with iTunes.

Step 1: Download iOS 10.3.3 firmware (ipsw file) from the Internet: https://ipsw.me/, Choose your device model and you will see the available firework that matches your device


Step 2: Connect your iPhone via USB cable, launch iTunes and click on iPhone icon. Here you can see the status of your iOS device. Please be sure to backup your device, all your data will be lost in this restore process.

Step 3: Hold “Shift” key and click on “Restore iPhone” button in iTunes. Choose the firmware you just downloaded, iTunes will help you restore the device to the previous version.

Note: Please disable the “Find My iPhone” feature on your iPhone, or it cannot be restored.

Solution 2: One Click to downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.3 with iAnyGo.

Step 1: Download and install iAnyGo to your PC/Mac.

Step 2: Launch iAnyGo and connect your iOS device with a USB cable. Click on the right button “One-click to downgrade iOS”, iAnyGo will help you check the available iOS for your device. Since Apple will close the signed panel of older iOS, so there may one or two available force you.

Step 3: Click “Import” to choose the firmware you have downloaded before(or you can just click download, iAnyGo will help you download the matchable ipsw file), iAnyGo will check the firmware with your device to check if they match or not, after that, you can click “Downgrade” to start the iOS 11 downgrade process.

Tips: Before downgrade, iAnyGo also helps you automatically backup the iOS device in case data loss.

Step 4: Wait for iOS 10.3.3 downgrade process completed, now you have successfully reverted to iOS 10.3.3!

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